Submit your work to ANNEX!

Posted on Oct 23rd, 2016 by Kate Bingaman-Burt

ANNEX ZINE needs your submissions! Deadline: Saturday, October 29

This term’s theme for The Annex Zine is Change. We want to publish your work based on this idea! What does change mean to you? Social, political, life, school? You decide. Use typography or illustrate the theme-it’s completely open. The Annex can’t happen without you. Make change happen!

JPEG, 300 dpi, CMYK. Send your file(s) to or

Promo image by Nic Meier


Inktober MEETUP!

Posted on Oct 23rd, 2016 by Kate Bingaman-Burt

Please join FoGD next week in the Living Room for one of TWO #Inktober drawing sessions! Halloween treats and paper provided, just bring something to draw with! Students and alumni welcome!

Thank you James Kai Casey for dreaming up this event and creating the promo!


This Week! Show & Tell! Founders of Ladies’ Night!

Posted on Oct 23rd, 2016 by Kate Bingaman-Burt


We are pleased to welcome Mary Blalock, Ginger Craft and Jordan A. Smith from Ladies’ Night! Facebook RSVP

Ladies’ Night is a quarterly happy hour for the digitally-minded women, committed to conversation, collaboration, and community. Founded in October of 2014, by Mary Blalock, Ginger Craft, Stefanie Hatcher, Colleen Purdy, and Jordan A. Smith, Ladies’ Night has hosted eight sold-out events at agencies and start-ups across the Portland area. Today, the Ladies’ Night team consists of nine female volunteers designing, developing, and implementing creative content and events, managed by Mary, Ginger, and Jordan. Learn more about Ladies’ Night at

Mary Blalock manages business operations for Ladies’ Night and facilitates community engagement between events through online content and social channels. Mary owns Career Camp, a career coaching company that provides workshops and individual coaching for people who want to love their jobs. She also recruits for the creative industry through 52 Ltd.

Ginger Craft runs the external partnerships with companies, communities, and sponsors. She organizes the logistical coordination of each event. With a recruitment background, Ginger is a freelancer, pursuing her passion in people, project consultation, and event management.

Jordan A. Smith is the creative director who oversees the brand, website, and merchandise with the internal Ladies’ Night team and host designers across the community. Between 9 and 5, she’s the Design Lead at Upswell, an experience design studio creating interactive platforms and environments for brands across culture and commerce.

Promos by Vee Chenting Qian


Sign Up for Be Honest!

Posted on Mar 28th, 2016 by Kate Bingaman-Burt

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Be Honest Sign Up is HERE!
Enter the Showcase! Be Honest is Portland State University Graphic Design’s student portfolio showcase. It’s part portfolio show, part party, part open house, part alumni reunion, part pop-up shop, part awards show, and ALL FUN. Now accepting applications from sophomores, juniors, and seniors at Portland State University. $10 participation fee required after approval.

>> Applications Due April 8th


Date Change for MEET UP! Plus, we need more MENTORS!

Posted on Jan 28th, 2016 by Kate Bingaman-Burt

wth update
What The Help?!
Why haven’t I heard about who I have been paired with?!
Don’t worry! We are still working on pairing up mentees with mentors and you will be getting notification emails within the next week! We apologize for the delay, but hold tight and pencil in NEXT THURSDAY THE 4th!! for the Meet Your Mentor event – thats right, it has been moved to next week!
Please continue to stay tuned and we hope that the extra time will allow you all to get the best mentor/mentee possible!!

we also would LOVE to have mentors! Please sign up to be one!

Again, contact with any questions!